The Linden Heritage Foundation is a member of Preservation Texas (PT), a private, nonprofit member-supported organization dedicated to protecting the historic resources of Texas.
Their Most Endangered Places (MEP) Program, initiated in 2003, focuses attention on, and encourages appreciation of, Texas’ threatened historic properties. Through the MEP Program, PT provides services to at-risk historic properties by leveraging and fostering partnerships, coordinating assistance, ranging from advocacy and technical services, and helps empower stewards of the MEP sites.
The Foundation has submitted Linden’s Historic 1939 Firehouse for consideration for their 2016 Most Endangered Places list in the Local Public Buildings category. Public announcement of the 2016 list will take place during the Preservation Summit event on February 18, 2016 in Austin.
More information about Preservation Texas is available at http://www.preservationtexas.org.
One thought on “Foundation Submits Historic Linden Firehouse for Preservation Texas’ Most Endangered Place List”
What a gift to begin 2016. A potential major recognition by Preservation Texas of the Old Linden Firehouse as a most endangered structure is a great beginning. Thank you Sue Lazara for authoring the application. The event on 18 February 2016 is an opportunity to “meet and greet” interested parties that may participate in the goals the Foundation and the City have for the 1934 Water Tower and 1939 Old Linden Firehouse.
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